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JLPT N2 Author: Amatuka
to show
I was ashamed to show my face
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I was ashamed to show my face to him.
#560 Author: Amatuka

Uncle Ted took us to the zoo in order to show us the pandas.
#4705 Author: Miki

If students today had more free time, they might show more interest in politics.
#4706 Author: Miki

I'll show you the car I've just bought.
#4707 Author: Miki

I have some pictures to show you.
#4708 Author: Miki

Showing your real feelings is not considered a virtue in Japan.
#4709 Author: Miki

Don't show them your hand.
#4710 Author: Miki

All passengers are required to show their tickets.
#4711 Author: Miki

Keep that ace up your sleeve. If you show it, do you think you can reach for another?
#4712 Author: Miki

He is certain to turn up some time.
#4713 Author: Miki

She wears high heels to make herself look taller.
#4714 Author: Miki

We expect him to show up on Saturday afternoon. [M]
#4715 Author: Miki

Your head must be unscrewed to show me such a letter!
#3249 Author: bamboo4

The skies are showing (displaying) signs of clearing.
#8268 Author: karekano

She displayed the chart on the computer screen.
#8269 Author: karekano

He showed great courage in fighting the fire.
#8270 Author: karekano

You have to show your membership card at the door.
#8271 Author: karekano

Will you show me your new car?
#8272 Author: karekano

Show the doctor where your arm is injured.
#8273 Author: karekano

He showed me how to play the banjo.
#8274 Author: karekano

Don't show them your [card] hand.
#7821 Author: Rinji_HalfElf

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